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BURR, Enoch Fitch, author, born in Green's Farms, Fairfield County, Connecticut, 21 October, 1818. He was graduated at Yale in 1839, and spent several years at New Haven in theological and scientific studies. After a year spent in foreign travel, he became, in 1850, pastor of a Congregational church in Lyme, Connecticut He has published "A Treatise on the Application of the Calculus to the Theory of Neptune" (New Haven, 1848); " Ecce Coelum" (Boston, 1867); "Pater Mundi" (1869); "Ad Fidem" (1871); " Facts in Aid of Faith" (New York, 1872); "Doctrine of Evolution" (Boston, 1873); "A Song of the Sea," an illustrated poem (1873); " Pasce Agnos" (1873); "Sunday Afternoons" (New York, 1874); "Thy Voyage" a pdem (1874); "Toward the Strait Gate" and "Work in the Vineyard" (Boston, 1876); "From Dark to Day," a poem (1877);" Dio the Athenian" (New York, 1880); "Tempted to Unbelief" (1882); "Ecee Terra" (Philadelphia, 1884); "Celestial Empires" (New York, 1885); and "Consensus of Faith" (1886).
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